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small fly Milichiidae? (NL)
blaauw7
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Posted on 08-03-2019 11:26
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Found today in the skylight behind my house, mid Netherlands. 2.2 mm. Milichiidae?

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Yes. I cannot see the frons well enough to see if it has the characteristic black M of Desmometopa.
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Hi blaauw7 & Paul,

With the large palps, the forward protruding frons, the extremely small post ocular area, combined with the way it stand I'd say Phyllomyza. But I've never ever seen Phyllomyza sp. from this early in the year.
Paul: have you ever?
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(btw, If you collected the specimen I'd love to see it...)
 
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I saved the specimen Elias. So if you come tomorrow you ca take it with you.
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Ectemnius wrote:
Paul: have you ever?
Nope, but I never collected much this early in the year either. Wink
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